Ahhh… ok. Nanowrimo just finished and other stuff too. Anyway, phoning this in until my next post. What I plan to do too is:
– Create an underground map
I mean, yeah go ahead if you guys wanna do it because good grief, we don’t have underground maps here. If you live in Singapore, I guess it might not be so strange but did you guys realize we can actually go around without ever seeing light or rain in town?
Well, maybe that is stretching it but yeah. Come on Singapore Tourism Board, you can go sponsor me for stuff too of travels around Singapore.
I mean, I’ll probably do this map on and off while I’m going about.
OH HEY, the TGIO party for Nanowrimo is on 6 December. You’ll know more if you’re on the nanowrimo forums.
Or rather a teaser post.
I spent my Sunday at ICDS and it was fun.
But for now, just have a teaser since ahhh. That was a packed weekend.
Also, of course. Have some of Dat Baka’s abs.
Like, really. Just back so no post, just a teaser. I do want to say that it had been fun in Sydney!
I didn’t get my scooter from Scoot and bought it last week at the stated date. A proper review of it is will be in March onwards when I have traveled around with my Oxelo Town 7 Easyfold scooter.
So we’ll see how.
Kind of short post but I went on the Marina run on Saturday! And ok, it was the 5km fun run and I managed to do it so YAY.
The weekend was of a Real Escape Game and also I did do the Commando Challenge.
This is just a teaser post though because I want to get the ‘official’ pics from both events when they post them up!
Because I am tired and there was a lot of events on Saturday. Have a mini teaser of Race the Dead.
On a related note, anyone joining Commando Challenge SG?
Next book to be reviewed…
Undercover Tai Tai by Maya O. Calica
AN ACTUAL CHIC LIT BOOK WRITTEN HERE!!! Le gasp indeed. I’ll read it the day after… Since I got a Kylie Minogue concert to attend to, wooh!
EDIT 24 Feb 09:
Just noticed this page was linked to via the Asian Chic webby! For new readers, the actual review is here since this was the teaser post.
Next book review up is “I Believe You” by Low Kay Hwa.
Amusingly I got one of the first few older cover copies since I bought it in 2005 before it got really popular with news articles and stuff for “indie” books in Singapore.